Easter time can be an incredibly fun and exciting time for you to make great Easter crafts with your kids. There are tons and tons of fun and easy Easter craft ideas out there that will make your kids happy and excited, that are easy to do, and that are not too terribly stressful for parents. One of the most exciting crafts that you can make are Bunny Rabit Ears that your kids can wear. This particular Easter craft is not very difficult, and it is a lot of fun to make. Your kids will have fun coloring and cutting, and it won’t take very long to make these Bunny Rabbit Ears that your kids simply will not want to take off! So here are some quick and easy instructions for Bunny Rabit Ears.
Instructions for Bunny Rabit Ears Easter Craft
Materials needed for Bunny Rabbit Ears:
4. Stickers, glitter, crayons, markers (optional)
Steps for making Bunny Rabbit Ears
1. Begin by tracing two large bunny rabbit ear shapes on a large piece of paper (two for each set of Bunny Rabbit Ears). You can make the bunny rabbit ears as tall or as short as you prefer. Then cut out the ears. If they want to, then you can let your kids color in the ears so that they look, well, like ears.
2. Cut out a strip of paper for the head band. This strip of paper needs to be long enough to go around your child’s head. If you can’t cut a single piece of paper that is long enough, then simply tape together two longer stripes of paper so that the head band is long enough. You can make these strips—the headbands—as thick or as thin as you like. Thicker headbands will stay on your kids’ heads more easily than thin headbands, but it is a matter that is entirely up to personal preference.
3. Now, take the bunny ears that you have already cut out and decorated as desired, and tape the ears onto the strip of paper that is going to serve as your headband. Tape the ears on firmly so that they will not flop over or fall off. If you do no feel that tape is secure enough, then you can use glue or you can staple the ears on to the headband firmly.
4. Now, an optional step that you can do is to decorate the headband strip. Do this decoration now rather than later, since the headband strip still is flat. You can decorate the strip with Easter themed stickers, with markers, with glitter, with crayons, or whatever your kid wants. You can also glue on feathers or sequins or whatever else you want. Make sure that you let the headband dry completely before you continue on, if you decide to use glitter or sequins or anything else that requires glue.
5. Now that you have decorated the headband and the ears, and the ears are connected to the headband, tape the ends of the headband strip together so that the strip will fit comfortably on the head. Tape is a good idea rather than glue, because if the strip does not fit on your kids’ heads, then you can easily adjust the size of the headband.